Design and Estimation of Electrical Installation for Mechanical Engineering Complex
Keywords:Estimation, dialux and autoCAD, Light distribution, false color 3-D modeling, lighting design, lighting performance
Indeed a project is a planned, scheduled task that must be completed within a certain time frame. It is one of the most effective and beneficial activities in which we have the possibility to learn a lot of new things and gain a lot of new knowledge from fresh research that we were previously unaware of. Well, now if we confine our attention to our real project work, the topic of our project is “Design and estimation of Electrical installation for Mechanical Engineering complex”. It is purely theoretical project since the capital investment is nil. In general, the following are the various actions that we have completed during the tentative timeframe of our project: Preparation of an electrical drawing for the Mechanical Engineering Complex, representing different electrical fittings in exact locations with appropriate electrical symbols, determining the number of electrical fittings, length and size of cable required, main switch rating, Number of main circuits and sub-circuits, switch distribution board (MDB), sub-distribution board (SDB), and tiny circuit breaker (MCB). Designing the buildings electrical fittings using Dialux software to compare the manually calculated number of electrical fittings with the Dialux's automatically determined lux level. A single-line schematic of M.D.B, SDB, and earthing is drawn. Finally, a bill of quantity (BOQ) for the building is prepared.
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